P&G Health Care Outshines Other Segments In Q2, Driving Organic Gains
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Firm’s Health Care segment advanced 5% (7% organically) in the second quarter on the strength of innovations in oral care and personal health. Beauty and Grooming were less impactful, but the firm’s overall organic growth of 2% surpassed analyst expectations.
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